6th November 2015
The ‘Technikqueens’ initiative – a CSR program developed and implemented by Grayling Austria and gamification partner Ovos on behalf of oil and gas corporation OMV – won this year’s Media Future Awards in the category “Groundbreaking Collaboration - Company/Agency/Media”.
The Media Future Awards are hosted by leading Austrian publishing house, Manstein, and honor inspirational and future-orientated achievements in the field of media and communications. This year’s winners were selected among 31 entries judged by a jury consisting of 19 members.
Ninety per cent of Austrian industrial companies have difficulty hiring technical staff, while only 15% of girls choose a technology related career. So in order to alter girls’ perceptions of a career in technology OMV, Grayling and Ovos created the ‘Austria is looking for the queens of technology’ initiative – using a gamification angle to make girls curious about technology in a playful way.
The 'Technikqueens' initiative was developed under the OMV Resourcefulness umbrella, a sustainability program providing added value to both industry and society: Girls learn about career opportunities in technology and profit from good job market opportunities, and industry profits from finding qualified employees.
18th May 2016
After 4.5 years at Grayling, Swedish MD Kristian Hultqvist has decided to leave the company for a senior position at JKL/MSL Group.Danjell Elgebrandt has taken over as Managing Director. Mr Elgebrandt...Read More
20th April 2016
Grayling has been shortlisted for six SABRE Awards, in recognition of work across the EMEA region. The shortlisted campaigns are:#WhereverYouAre - our campaign for PayPal in Russia, which has also...Read More
11th March 2016
Tågoperatören MTR Express utmanar SJ på sträckan Stockholm till Göteborg. De senaste månaderna har bolaget drivit en intensiv kampanj för att berätta varför det är det bästa alternativet...Read More